Kam Ling Yuen (Mandy)

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street, on Friday October 8th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Kam Ling Yuen

Kam Ling Yuen (Mandy)

Aged 73 years

Kam Ling Yuen (Mandy), 73 died on October 1st, 2021, at Doctor’s Hospital after an acute illness.

Mandy was born on the 18th of September 1948 in Hongkong. She moved to The Bahamas many years ago and founded the First French Bakery in The Bahamas.

Mandy was one of the kindest people you could ever meet, she opened her heart to people in need, she gave back to the poor and she donated to orphanages.

Mandy always kept positive and optimistic about life despite all of the negative challenges she faced in life.

Mandy was also a most caring and forgiving person, she went out of her way to make others feel special, she always put people first and wanted to see people happy despite how they may have treated her.

Mandy is survived by her Brother: Dai Hua Yuen; Nephew: Ka Leung Yuen; Niece: Ka Men Yuen; Goddaughter: Meiting; Godson: JJ Huang; Close friends: Linda Braun. George Wong, Vivian Davis, Jim Laroda, Butch Brown, Ricky Sawyer, Travis Chea, Wilson Chea, Charles Curry, John Simon Cathapoulos, Nim Shing Sit, Anita Sit, Yuye Zhu, Lisa Gu, Bingliang Huang, Ruina Guan, William Su, Juliana Su, Patty Wong, Winnie, Wing, Joe Chen. She was loved by many and had a lot of friends. If there is someone that we forgot we apologize.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street, on Friday October 8th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Due to current Government regulations in respect of Covid-19, masks and physical distancing are required. 






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2 thoughts on “Kam Ling Yuen (Mandy)”

  1. Kuen, The Kwan family

    Dearest beloved Mandy, Ha Jie as we all knew you.
    We are very saddened about the sudden news of your departure and have asked ourselves how we didn’t even know it was your last moments. When the news finally reached across continents to us in Hong Kong, we had asked ourselves why? Could it be because you didn’t want people to know your darkest moment? Perhaps you wanted to be alone? Did it all come suddenly and time was too challenging to manage to let all that cared for you know so we could share our thoughts and goodbyes with you?
    No, we immediately without doubt knew that in your deepest times, you always try to manage situations yourself, you always hate to trouble people. You just stayed YOU. The brave fighter who this time, unfortunately lost her battle that had caught her and everyone off guard. You are the forever caregiver that always go out of your way to welcome others in, share with them and help them. You always give but never expect to get. You don’t ask for anything back, you do things from the generosity of your heart, you don’t expect any returns from others even when times in the past others have harmed you. In your time of peace now, we hope you are laid to rest free from any unhappiness, free from any harm, free from any worries life brings us. We make sure to tell you how wonderful a great friend you are. You are the most kindest, gentle petite size lady we’ve ever known with a ginormous heart. You are a tough lady willing to shelter those under your wings, the brightest star now in the clear stars above us. We always remember the time when you welcomed us into the Bahamas, my then fiancé (now husband) and then myself when I came to visit. We have our most fondest memories of the times we shared with you in the Bahamas. We also think of when you come visit us and see the kids and how you predicted we’d have boy, girl twins before they popped out into the world. We always look forward to the lovely news that you have arrived in HK for a holiday break, catching up with dim sum. We would like to sincerely share that our thoughts are with you and you will forever be in our hearts. You have been a magical part of our lives. Rest In Peace Ha Jie. With love always. The Kwan family.

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